As Momo realizes not all vampires are evil, we see how invested both sides are in keeping the war going.


Aired (Netflix) 5/16/2022
Directed By Ryōtarō Makihara
Written By Ryōtarō Makihara
Introduced This Episode
Kubo Hiroki Tōchi

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Summary

While the Commander was willing to sacrifice her daughter to get Fine, that doesn’t mean she won’t task her brother Kubo to retrieve her. But unfortunately for Kubo, he is on a collision course with Allegro, who, upon the Elders’ orders, is supposed to retrieve the queen and get her back to her senses.

However, both fail. Before either shows up, Fine and Momo bond, and with that, her prejudice against vampires begins to wear down, and she decides she’d rather partner up and run away with Fine than return home with her uncle.

Things To Note

Kubo (Hiroki Tochi) covered in snow
Kubo (Hiroki Tochi)

Question(s) Left Unanswered

  1. How much history and knowledge has been lost due to the war? Also, at what point did humans forget their own history?

What Could Happen Next

  1. We learn Allegro’s ambition is that to be king

Review

Highlights

How Ignorant Humans Are Of Their Own History

What develops slight intrigue is that humans don’t know their own history and, strangely, have not only bequeathed it to vampires but have damned all that formerly made life worth living. Which we’ll have to wait to see whether that was a political move or ignorance that developed due to fear that any type of performance could draw vampires.

Vampire In The Garden Directory

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First Aired 5/16/2022

Character Guide

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Season Reviews

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Momo smiling towards Fine
Vampire In The Garden: Season 1/ Episode 2 – Recap/ Review
Overall
Vampire In The Garden is pushing the feeling that this is a movie split into 5 parts because a nearly two-and-a-half-hour anime, I guess, wasn't something that could easily be sold.
Highlights
How Ignorant Humans Are Of Their Own History
Disputable
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